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yesterday. >> what's in store? here's meteorologist mike massco. mike, it's nice to have you here in the morning. >> thank you. it's nice to be here. you know, guys, i think we'll see some snow, a little burst of snow coming in during the course of the morning. 32 at bwi right now. the atmosphere certainly moistening up a bit, northeasterly wind at just about 12. and notice temperatures across town, while we're at 35 in annapolis, down to the freezing mark in easton, it's really chilly over our northwestern suburbs. 30 in eldersburg, 29 in manchester. notice on maryland's most powerful radar, down to the south of d.c., it's starting to snow and this is what's going to be pushing toward the north during the course of the morning hours. so about an hour 50 minutes away from the baltimore metro area, and this will come in as a burst of some snow through the course of this morning. not expecting much in the way of accumulating snows, a dusting to about an inch just toward the west of 695. and then you go beyond that up towards carroll county, northern baltimore county, could be about
if you read the tweet, you said i already knew that. >>> i'm meteorologist mike massco. this is our interactive radar. you can get it on the google play store and also the i-tune store. some rain and snow moving into the area. it's 33 right now and it's snowing to beat the band in the south. >>reporter: well, mike, the snow is making its way right up 95 right now. i'll let you know what traffic looks like on the beltway and 83 coming up on "good morning maryland." it's time to change the way we clean. it's time to free ourselves from the smell and harshness of bleach. and free ourselves from worrying about the ones we love. new lysol power & free has more cleaning power than bleach. how? the secret is the hydrogen peroxide formula. it attacks tough stains and kills 99.9% of germs. new lysol power & free. powerful cleaning that's family friendly. another step forward in our mission for health. >>> two-time oscar nominee and renowned character actor charles durning has died. known for his versatile roles like dustin hoffman's in "infatuated" and "tootsie." he landed in norm andy on d
by afternoon. we'll look at the four-day forecast in a couple of minutes. right now, mike cremedas. >> two right lanes shut down, no serious backup there. southbound 355 at cedar avenue. traffic getting by the water main break. delay-free in that area and construction on the eastbound dulles toll road at route 7. traffic is getting by to the left. no serious delays on the dulles toll road as a result. >> thank you, mike. >>> the time is 4:42. still to come, extreme weather. how a winter storm sent another hard hit for the jersey shore. >>> a metro train was stopped at 30 families are looking for temporary shelter after a fire in prince george's county wednesday night. we're hearing the 91 calls for help as people watched the fire race through that building. >> i'm down the street. but i can see it from here. there's smoke everywhere. >> do you know what floor the fire is on in. >> it looks like it started on the first floor. it's on to the third floor now. >> yes. >> you see a window on fire, right? >> yeah. it's a big window. it's burning the roof. >> winnow on fire on the first floor. no
amounts coming up. mike cremedas in for traffic. >> water main break at cedar avenue. traffic is getting by to the right. looking great. northbound 95 as you make the trip towards the beltway. let's take a live look at the cameras north of the princeway and pasch way. no serious backups there. backlick road looking fantastic. aaron, erika? >> thank you, mike. >>> new this morning, the springfield interchange back open after a deadly crash on the beltway. three people died when a pickup truck slammed into a tractor-trailer. this happened on the ramp from the beltway to i-95. that crash happened about 7:00 last night. the cause is still under investigation. police shut down the ramp as a precaution. it has since reopened. that happened just before 2:00 this morning. >>> negotiations will resume today at the white house on a deal to keep the country from going over the so-called fiscal cliff. president obama will meet with congressional leaders this afternoon with just four days left to reach an agreement. with time running out, it appears a deal at this point would likely include an extens
of the way soon. heavy delays before the prince william parkway. 25 minutes from -- >> thank you, mike. we move on to headlines now. new this morning, springfield interchange back open after a deadly crash on the beltway. three people died when a pickup truck slammed into a tractor-trailer on the ramp from the beltway to i-95. this happened about 7:00 last night. the cause of that crash still under investigation this morning. police closed the ramp as a precaution. the ramp is now back open. that happened about 2:00 this morning. >>> we've got breaking news now. russia's president vladimir putin signed a controversial bill banning americans from adopting russian children. it now goes into effect january 1. there are estimates that this ban could affect more than 1500 adoptions currently under way. the ban is widely viewed as retaliation on a recent u.s. law targeting russians who abuse human rights. for a closer look at russia's proposed adoption ban, tune in to the "today" show at 7:00 here on nbc4. >>> congressional leaders will try again today to reach a deal to keep the country from pl
. a triple threat, luke russert and mike viqueira on the capitol hill and kristen welker from the white house. are you happy to be working on the holiday? >> it's fantastic. >> absolutely. >> sounded believable. viq, let's start with you. we have news trickling out today. working, trying to make a deal. what's going on? >> it's washington, d.c. nothing is as it appears. we6 classic kabuki theater going on here, toree. the president, jovial, said they were close to a deal. that joe biden, the negotiations with mitch mcconnell essentially borne fruit. republicans annoyed with that. the tax threshold, that's agreed upon. republicans agree, too. what about this sequester? supposed to be the trigger, supposed to be the apocalyptic scenario that made cuts in spending necessary. otherwise we go over the cliff and there are cuts to defense and domestic programs. the president wants to delay them two months, three yearmonta year. many republicans say, absolutely not. many were angry he chose to have a campaign-style event in the white house complex. mitch mcconnell took the floor of the senate and pre
indianapolis. mike tobin is at o'hare and maria in the fox weather center. we begin with joe, what's the latest? >> we're here on the south side of indianapolis, and we've actually just had the main part of the storm blow through. the storm is pretty much done but we're having trouble with winds. we're along the side of one of the busier interstates, i-65 through indianapolis north and south to chicago and louisville. the traffic getting by quickly but we drove through this earlier today in the bulk of the day and there were a lot of cars off the road. a lot of people on the day after christmas who wanted to get out, get home, got on the roads and it was so bad, they could barely move and a lot were sliding off. to give you an idea, now the snow that i'm in now not too deep, not as much as in southern indiana but 9 inches around indianapolis. we had a situation near our live shot a semi truck got stuck next to us. this is what we're dealing with now in the area, just so much snowfall and it was so bad during the day they couldn't get any of it out. right now the roads still dangerous in this ar
,000 flights already canceled today and we're all over it with joe flavin in a snowy iianapolis. mike tobin is at o'hare and maria in the fox weather nter. we begin with joe, what's the latest? >>e're here on the south side of indianapolis, and we've actually just had the main part of the storm blow through. the storm is pretty much done but we're having trouble with winds. we're along the side of one of the busier ierstates, i-65 through indianapolis north a south to chicago and louisville. the traffic getting by quickly but we drove through this earlier today in the bulk of the day and there were a lot of cars off the road. a lot of people on the day after christmas who wanted to get out, get home, got on the roads and it was so badthey could barely move and a lot were sliding off. to give you an idea, now the snow that i' in now not too deep, not as much as in southern indiana but 9 inches around indianapolis. we had a suation near our live shot a semi truck got stuck next to us. this is what we're dealing with now in the area, just so much snowfall and it was so bad during the day theyo
and wizards. mike rizzo in the house. jordan crawford led all scorers with 27 points. this pretty assist to webster. wizards win it 105-97, snaps their eight-game losing skid. and that was your "sports minute." have a great saturday. >>> the redskins are preparing for their primetime matchup against the cowboys, but the team still had time to help a family in need. peter halbert died last week in a tragic car incident. the team found out the whole family loved the redskins. they invited peter's wife tony and the kids to a practice. the family took pictures with some of the players, including rg3. they got some autographs to walk away with as well. just such a heartwarming story. you know that this has just brought so much light and life into their lives during a very difficult time. >> nice to see those kids smiling. >>> 9:24 right now. today, virginia hosts one of the biggest gun shows in the nation. up next, why this year's event is attracting larger crowds than usual inside and outside. >>> first, a winter weather advisory. a look at where the flakes are falling right now. plus, who's
standing by at the white house as well as nbc's mike viqueira on capitol hill. some verbal smackdown, basically flipping the lights back on and harry reid taking to the floor to eviscerate speaker boehner. >> the sad part is you often seen the floor opened that way. mitch mcconnell being later today. i'm sure we'll hear something later. to hear it two days after christmas and a matter of days before we go through the fiscal cliff, obviously not encouraging. harry reid says time is running hout. he doesn't know if they could go through the legislative hurdles. if they have the votes around here, they can legislate the sky is green and the grass is blue. that's not an issue. what harry reid is really saying is mitch mcconnell, get on board, don't try to filibuster. of course they're talking about a bill that had raise capital on couples making more than $250,000 a year, and do a few other nuts and bolts that are deemed the bare minimum that the president wants to see done before we hit january 1st. i've got to tell you, though, getting back to the votes, the votes simply aren't there i
meteorologist mike seidel is in oklahoma city this evening. >> reporter: on this christmas night, a massive storm is causing travel headaches for millions producing and dumping snow as far south as texas late this afternoon and still putting down rare christmas tornadoes in the deep south. look at this rain and wind. this is storm chaser video near mcneal, mississippi, where a tornado reportedly touched down this afternoon. there are reports of injuries and damage. and there is a rare christmas snowfall hitting dallas. it's bad news on the roads, signs warning of icy conditions. at least three reported tornadoes touched down across texas today causing lots of damage and leaving thousands without power. thunderstorm winds toppled this tree onto a pick-up truck in the houston area, killing the driver. no fatalities but plenty of clean-up this morning in oklahoma city following this massive pile-up. 21 cars and tractor-trailers crashed, slipping on roads coated with freezing rain. not just wind and ice, but snow is pounding parts of the west. in northern california, near lake tahoe, an avalanc
for hospitals. bringing us together again up next, mike allen with the political playbook. here's dylan dryer with a check on the forecast. >> we're talking about more snow in the northeast. this time around this is not a big storm, maybe a few inches. winter storm advisories are posted from northern arkansas right through tennessee and up into the mid-atlantic region. where is the storm right now? through louisiana and arkansas bringing mostly rain to the area. as it moves eastward it will wrap into colder air. the bulk of the storm is it staying offshore. it looks like rain along the immediate coastline from cape cod, massachusetts down into southern new jersey. that dark shade of purple is where we could see 3 to 5 inches. you you go inland further away from the storm and it looks like 1 to 3 inch. just enough to make it slippery for the weekend. today looks real nice across the northeast. we'll dry it out and look for sunshine and a little chilly but it's the end sdechl after all. that's your latest forecast. you're watching "morning joe" brewed by starbucks. this family used capital one
congressional correspondent mike emanuel is live at the capitol following all of the bouncing balls. hey, mike. >> reporter: one concern for republicans as they look at this deal is what about spending cuts? where are the spending cuts? it sounds like they are getting close in the talks between vice president joe biden and the senate republican leader mitch mcconnell but there is not a deal until senator mcconnell knows he has enough support. let's take a look at some of the key points of a framework of the deal according to sources close to the talks. it would raise taxes on income tax amounts above $400,000 for individuals, $450,000 for families. it would address the estate tax, the alternative minimum tax, the medicare doc fix and unemployment insurance. current discussions about how best to address the automatic spending cuts that is called sequestration, the automatic cuts to defense, and domestic programs. a short time ago a leading republican expressed a great deal of concern and frustration with the whole process. >> it's december the 31st. january 1st is tomorrow, 2013, taxes go up. e
this time around. >> even mike huckabee couldn't have beaten this guy, huh? >> you tried to get me on this before. i think huckabee would have been a great candidate for us and i think we could have been beat obama because we would have been able to frame the issues differently. >> perhaps more authenticity. >> but thanks for trying. >> i want to hear you say it some day. great journalism. it's the stuff that i eat for breakfast. chip saltsman, happy new year to both you guys. >>> up next, the viral videos that define the political scene that define the political scene this past year. a look back. this is "hardball," the place for politics. >>> back to "hardball." now to the sideshow. some unwanted attention to mike crapo. one of the last places you want to be is the police station after getting stopped for driving under the influence. that's where senator crapo ended up after running a red light and then failed a sobriety test. crapo released a statement apologizing for his actions but something else about the situation is not getting lost if had the kerfuffle. as a mormon he has
murdered on monday. lieutenant mike chiapperini and his colleague, tom cakaczowka. chip reapperini was also a poli officer and was named firefighter of the year by his colleagues, both very brave men and then we'll show you video of the vigils that were held for the two men yesterday in webster, new york. colleagues saluting their fellow firefighters. tears in the eyes. and an unbelievable tragedy that is shooting like this happens. >> absolutely. thank you so much. >>> the christmas eve shootings in upstate new york coming so soon after the massacre in newtown reinforces the nationwide debate over gun violence and gun rights. but the debate turned toout rage for thousands of gun permit holders north of new york city when a newspaper published their names and addresses for an article called the gun owner next door. brian todd is here with more. this is an interesting story. >> and it was the interactive map that accompanied the article that has drawn so much controversy with just a couple of clicks. you can see who in two large counties may well have guns in their home and you can also figu
right. that's what's being said right now. joining us from capitol hill is nbc news correspondent mike viqueira. we have some elements from what we understand to be a deal at the moment. what would you say the mood is right now? what are some of the other details? break it down for us. >> richard, it's funny. at this point we're stuck sort of reading tea leaves. yes, we've had indications with more detail than we've got in days on what the outlines of that deal might be. but i got to tell you any deal if it were to pass both houses of congress here in the last 12 hours before midnight would carry with it the seeds of further confrontation and not that much further down the road. maybe two, perhaps three months. let's take a look one more time at what is being discussed now. mitch mcconnell and joe biden talked into the wee hours until 12:30 last night and 6:30 this morning. $450,000 as the threshold for couples, $400,000 for individuals over which your taxes would go up about four percentage points. estate tax compromise. this is something democrats want as well because the estate tax
? it has a new name and lots of places to play it. >> mike shumann >> some of you remember frisbee golf, right? around since 1970s? >> noi, it's called disc golf. there are 160 courses in california alone you can play it oo. and this is fun and inexpensive. >> when taking a look you might not think golf. you play with a bag of plastic dips. >> these can go farther, some people have been going out and throw these things 600 or 700 feet. >> the shape changes the direction and distance. ball golf has holes this has metal baskets. you usually stwart a long drive, and finish with a smort putt. this is about 100 people turned out. a lot of the golf courses ever wide open, but this one is rugged. >> this is the toughest course i've played. >> lawrence drove up from southern california to play here. >> lots of fun. it's just extreme golf. the wend, then, every time you have a bad shot, go down the hill, up the hill. it's not for the meek. >> this course goes in and out of the woods. tree branches blocking a view and dip discs. there are no sand traps here. >> nettel and blk berry bush autos it
on that and build this software that worked this time around. >> even b mike huckabee couldn't have beaten this guy, huh? >> you tried to get me on this before. i think huckabee would have been a great candidate for us and i think we could have been beat obama because we would have been able to frame the issues differently. >> perhaps more authenticity. >> but thanks for trying. >> i want to hear you say it some day. great journalism. it's the stuff that i eat for breakfast. chip saltsman, happy new year to both you guys. >>> up next, the viral videos that define the political scene this past year. a look back. this is "hardball," the place for politics. she keeps you guessing. it's part of what you love about her. but your erectile dysfunction - you know, that could be a question of blood flow. cialis tadalafil for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment's right. you can be more confident in your ability to be ready. and the same cialis is the only daily ed tablet approved to treat ed and symptoms of bph, like needing to go frequently or urgently. tell your doctor about all your medical co
in and say good morning to nbc news correspondent mike vi cara now. >> they have indicated they would be back on the 27th and doing the math and take in to account the time zone differences, the president will be arriving back in washington. wheels down on the white house sometime in the late morning tomorrow. one problem, there won't be a house of representatives session. it appears to greet him when he gets back. and john boehner, the speaker out house, the individual with whom the president is negotiating for, gosh, a year and a half now and trying to do a lot of things and trying to avert the fiscal cliff, no plans announced for him to return to washington. the house of representatives, their public stand, the republican leadership at any rate is that it is up to the senate to act. and the president before he left for hawaii last friday pointed out that there is a senate bill. he said he'll try to get a smaller bill and does what he said all along and raise tax rates on those couples filing jointly making more than $250,000 a year and extending unemployment benefits, something that is ver
's bring in nbc's luke russert and mike viqueira. thanks, guys, for joining me. so, guys, that is about as close to fighting words as we get on the senate floor. >> yeah. >> clearly though, luke, the strategy seems to be to put -- you know, senator reid is trying to put this back on boehner and really make the case that, hey, we in the senate, we've passed something, we could, you know, if the house would get back here, we could pass it right now, avert this cliff, and everybody could go home. that seems to be their strategy. >> and you heard right there harry reid really laying into republicans saying you guys have not been around. we have nobody to negotiate with. you know, negotiating to come to a compromise. a real interesting plan of attack by harry reid. mitch mcconnell came to the senate flor and said we await to hear from the president regarding any plan that he has moving forward but we're not just going to give a blank check over to democrats because we're on the edge of a fiscal cliff. and harry reid coming down and essentially tearing apart mitch mcconnell saying speaker boe
a sprained knee. the injury forced him to miss a start but head coach mike shanahan says griffin's knee looked good in practice today and that he is growing more comfortable with the brace on his right knee. the cowboys are in a precarious but familiar position, having to win their last regular season game against the division forks on the road to get into the playoffs. this is the third time in the last five years they've had to do it. they lost in philadelphia in 2008 and in new york in 2010. they don't want to repeat that trend and go home. but players and fans alike know anything is possible in that thanksgiving day game tony romo threw for 441 yards and three second-half touchdowns in a loss. the fact of the matter is, in a smash mouth nfc east battle wearing at stake, anything can happen. >> this is one of the first rivalries you hear about when you join this team. it's a lot of pride behind this game. it will be one of those old- school knock-down drag-outs. the last man standing will feel like he lost, too, probably. >>> we're in day 104 of the nhl lockout. today a new offering
. we've been counting down to this day all year long. mike hydeck is off. so is monika samtani. howard bernstein is here. everybody is excited to hear what you have to say. >>> tomorrow is going to be fine. it will be this afternoon and wednesday ugly days around here. in the mountains cold enough. could be a couple of problems there. some of you north and west may see a little sleet or wet snow. road temperatures should be warm enough. not expecting too many problems. here's a look at our day planner on this christmas eve. mostly cloudy skies. 32 in town. by lunch time 42, cloudy. could be a couple of showers, especially south and west. then looks like a wet afternoon and evening with the 5:00 temperature of 40. winds 5 to 10 miles an hour. moisture is coming in from the ohio valley, the tennessee valley all moving in our direction but it's still far away from us with a few breaks in the cloud cover. that's why we may start with a little bit of sun. there are winter weather warnings. on the other side of the divide, garrett county and the mountains of west virginia, that's a freezing
points over the past five days. let's get to mike emanuel on capitol hill. how much stock are lawmakers putting in the white house meeting? >> depends who you ask. some republicans expressed concern it may be for show, essentially going to the white house, having a big meeting that everybody's talking about for the appearances that they're doing something. other suggest it's critical because time is running out. >> the window may be ajar but it's not wide open. and unless it closes -- or opens entirely today and there's a deal, it's more likely to close than stay open. in other words, if we don't have a deal in the next 24 hours, the question is where do you buy a parachute. it looks like we'll be going over the cliff. the closer we get to the end, the less likely it is you're going to be able to compress an agreement into place to have enough votes to pass. >> while rebounds and democrats may not agree on a lot. we heard from republicans and democrats that time is becoming critical and they're feeling the pressure of the calendar. >> trace: as you talk to lawmakers, how worried do they
family to get back to twork mework to meet the loo deadline. mike is at the white house. let's start with you. the consensus around the hill is that we are more likely than not to go over the fiscal cliff, but there is a small chance harry reid could take a house pass bill and amend it and send it back over to the house. what are you hear being that? >> conceivably, but when the president lights upon the south lawn and the marine one later this morning, it's unclear why he is coming back and who will be here with him. as you mentioned, speaker boehner remains in ohio where he is from. he is not coming back to washington. neither is the house of representatives. they simply said it's up to harry reid in the senate. is he preparing a bill? there was a lot of talk of small ball. a bill to allow taxes to go up on everybody or at least couples that make more than $250,000 a year. $200,000 with single filers. harry reid said he is not going to prepare a bill unless mitch mcconnell allows it to come for a vote for a simple majority. they are seeking assurances that he won't try to block it.
far so this winter storm. chicago o'hare airport with the very latest. mike. >> they talk about the flight cancellations, let me start you out with good news. the mega ripple slowing downhe flights all the way out to los angeles didn't happen. i can tell you the places you see the cancellationres are with the destination. ohio, michigan, indiana stretching all the way out to the eastern seaboard if the city is sucked in, that is where the flights are being canceled. still a very serious storm, six people killed, mostly people whw elected to get out on the lik roadways. iow these are states like iowa, indiana, illinois with more than a foot of snow pouring down. all those people trying to get home now between them and home e windw, ice and gale forc gusts up to 50 miles per hour. also whipping up a number of tornadoes.tes. we have places like church, they missed midnight mass, several churches destroyed, lots of structures destroyed, and hundreds of thousands of people without power and the storm is still at work up to the easternt seaboard. eric: thank you very much. from chicag
. weather channel meteorologist mike seidel is live near buffalo. it looks like the snow has subsided a wee bit? >> reporter: it has in upstate new york, richard. roads in great shape. they don't mess around up here. the new york state thruway will take it down toward the city and toward the mass pike. it's very wet, but the slush is gone. they treated, they plowed and they've been out with a full complement of trucks. buffalo had only had 6 inches of snow until yesterday, but now they have picked up 11 inches. right here on this cornest lath night, look at the wind and snow. man, it was good stuff. it was about 24 degrees, not to cold, a powdery snow, snowing at over an inch an hour. now we go to torington, connecticut. the suburbs had some snow, and this morning of all things, thunderstorms rolled through new york city. out there they had about 4, 5, 6 inches there in the hills of connecticut. you can see that white, that massive white in new england across the ski resorts, some of those spots would end up with a storm total of 12 to 18 inches, richard. this storm pulls out. it's had a ch
about those that were killed. >> fireman mike chiporinni with the police department was deceased at the scene. scardino is in surgery, he's a fireman. and joseph happs is also a volunteer firefighter and a full time firefighter with the rochester fire department was also injured and is being treated at the scene. my lieutenant was a lifetime firefighter, i think he started out as an explorer, 20-year veteran of the police departm t department, lieutenant mik mike chiporinni. i know tomas was a younger individual, worked, again, for public service in the forefront, worked for 911, just by all accounts just a tremendous young man. these people get up in the middle of the night to put out fires they don't expect to be shot and killed. >> absolutely not. they don't expect to be shot at when they're coming to help put out flames and save lives. i want to show a picture to our viewers that we just got in of lieutenant mike chiporinni, one of the two officers that was killed. we don't have it for you. we'll get it to you next hour, for sure. the two that were injured are in the hospita
some perspective. chief congressional correspondent mike emanuel is live for us in washington. a short time ago, another key lawmaker did not sound very optimistic, mike. >> reporter: harris, you would be right. that would be senate majority leader harry reid. seemed kind of irritated that house republicans and all house members are not here in washington trying to work out a deal on the fiscal cliff. here is more from leader reid a short time ago. >> if we go over the cliff and it looks like that's where we're headed, mr. president, the house of representatives, as we speak, with four days left after today before the first of the year aren't here with the speaker having told them they will give them 8 hours notice. i can't imagine their consciences. >> reporter: of course president obama has left hawaii. he is heading back to washington from his family vacation. we learned from the white house that the president had made calls to the top four congressional leaders mcconnell and boehner on the republican side, pelosi and reid on the democratic side. we'll see what the president has in
, the price in american lives and dollars, and i don't think so. >> last call comes from mike in syracuse, new york. >> caller: thank you for taking my call. my question is, what do
demateo. the man who helped restore the photos mike dilemte. this is a fantastic story. everyone always fears whether it's a storm like sandy or house fire losing the things that you can't rebuild like photos, like memories. how devastating was it to think we may have lost these incredible pictures? >> it was very devastating. i said what is there? but thank god, you know, we were all together. we survived. s that was my main concern at that point. then later on everything started to settle in. and i started realizing what i had lost. that's it. y go anywhere beyond that. >> did you think there was any hope. >> no i did the no. besides the water there was a lot of storage. they were all destroyed. we will make new memories. but thanks to mike, we got some of our memories back. sean sweeney to hold him the story. she showed you that these photos had been essentially to most of us would think he they're testifies stated why this d. this spark to you action and do it free of charge out of goods in of your heart. god mass blessed me unbelievablably. i have a great family. i have incredible
constructive. we have live fox team coverage. mike emanuel looks at the action in congress today. first, chief white house correspondent ed henry is in the briefing room where the president just spoke. >> you heard the president himself pleading with republicans and democrats on the hill, too, in his words to at least meet the one deadline, saying that the grand bargain, $4 trillion debt deal is far out o reach. but thinks they can at least do a modest package to prevent everyone's taxes going up at the end of the year. it note he made clear that this was only a possible agreement. they said he was only modestly optimistic, as the senate leaders right now, start work on just trying to scramble to put together some sort of a deal. >> timing, we are out of time. the next if hours will be important. >> with the nation on the vernal of the largest tax increase since world war ii, president obama called congressional leaders to white house for one last desperate shot at deal. max baucus says he sees a slim down agreement starting to gel, because the pressure on all sides is
in the water in massachusetts because, you know, mike dukakis ran a terrible campaign as well. >> ooh. you're going to hear from folks from massachusetts on that one. >> that's fine. that's all right. that's okay. but on the other hand, i don't believe that mitt romney had no desire to run. this is a man who had been running for six years. this is a man who buried all of his opponents in an avalanche of negative ads in order to win. this is a guy who went to the right of everybody on that -- on those debate stages. just for the sole purpose of winning. >> to that point, i think jonathan raises a good issue. i don't think he ran the campaign he wanted to or envisioned himself to run when he started out. because he did have to go so far to the right and twist himself into a pretzel. >> then that's malpractice on many fronts. if you look at what john mccain had to do, he had to do the same thing. and the thing we know between the time mccain ran to win we went to 2007 or 2012 election, the conservative party got more conservative. so it was not so likely that you were going to have to be less
so much. here's a look at some of the stories we're also watching for you. idaho senator mike crapo was arrested for a dui. he failed sobriety tests after running a red light. he says he's deeply sorry. >> authorities are investigating after a civilian contractor advising u.s. forces was shot dead monday in kabul, afghanistan, by a woman wearing an afghan police uniform. it appears to be the first time that a woman member of afghan security forces carried out such an attack. and the death of a seal team 4 commanding officer in afghanistan is being investigated. >> so much for a santa claus rally. the stock market is teetering on the edge of the cliff. and first susan right, now opposition to chuck hagel. stamps.com is the best. i don't have to leave my desk and get up and go to the post office anymore. [ male announcer ] with stamps.com you can print real u.s. postage for all your letters and packages. i have exactly the amount of postage i need, the instant i need it. can you print only stamps? no... first class. priority mail. certified. international. and the mail man picks it up
alert for you right now involving a trouble spot on the roads. here's mike cremedas with your first 4 traffic. >>> cedar lane, the left lane by the water main break is causing a bit of a delay in each direction. crews will be on the scene for a while. northbound 395 at duke street disabled vehicle quickly removed and no serious residual delays looking great at duke street. a 12 minute ride to the 14th street bridge. [ male announcer ] there are plenty of reasons to be jolly at the chevy year-end event because chevy's giving more. more efficiency with sonic and cruze... more function in equinox and traverse... more dependability with the legendary silverado... and more style in the all-new malibu. chevy's giving more at the year-end event because 'tis the season. chevy's giving more. this holiday season, get a 2013 cruze ls for around $149 per month or get $500 holiday bonus cash. >>> compared to yesterday we're having more sunshine today. temperatures will be comparable and we'll have less wind around. low to mid 40s today and the storm moves in starting at 2:00 or 3:00 a.m. in the fo
season. mike richmond has written two books about the team and joined us on fox 5 morning news. >> this is a marquis match-up. actually -- marquee match-up, actually this is the first time since 1979 the two teams have met where there's been playoff implications for both squads. there have been other implications like 1976 the redskins were bidding for a playoff spot. the cowboys had locked up the nfc east, same thing in 1996 at rfk. 2007 the sean taylor year the cowboys had already won the division, but this game is huge. many people are envious of the cowboys. they hold this mystique and actually there's like a sense of arrogance about them, big star on the helmets, hole in the ceiling at texas stadium, now in the new stadium where god can watch them play. so you just want to stick it to the cowboys, maybe envious is the wrong way to describe it, but there's like this hatred toward the cowboys. >> right. >> you can see the entire interview on our website at www.myfoxdc.com. >>> coming up as we continue here at 10:00, we'll have an update on former president george h.w. bush w
anticipated games of the nfl season. mike richmond has written two books about the redskins. he talks about the history between the two teams. >> good to have you on the show. >> how are you? >> you're almost a lifelong fan. >> that's right. >> the books are incredible. if you're a big redskins fan these are must have. this is the most recent one, right? >> yes, football vault. >> what's in here. >> a great compilation of redskins memorabilia from over the years. ticket stubs, trespasses, game program covers. >> we should have had you on before christmas because if you had a redskins fans on your christmas list, encyclopedia, everything you want to know. >> a journalistic accounted of -- account of redskins history. back to the early years of the team. >> this rivalry, you just told me something during the break here that i did not know. this is a big game this weekend. it feels like a big game. it's bigger than we thought. >> this is a marquee match-up, actually this is the first game since 1979 that the two teams have met, first -- final regular -- first final regular season game where
. head to capitol hill. there's mike viqueira standing by for us. you know something else that representative cummings said. i just said you're standing by. it seems like even when they come back to d.c. they're going to be standing by. they don't seem to have much to do in the house right now. >> reporter: that's absolutely right. don't have anything to do in the house. for now they don't have anything to do in the senate, t.j. that's the thing. harry reid, mitch mcconnell, the two democratic and republican leaders respectively in the senate got back from that big white house pow wow yesterday behind closed doors. timothy geithner, top aides, top house leaders as well renewed sense of optimism. they were going to get to it, negotiate, try to come up with something on a smaller scale anyway to get us past this fiscal cliff to make sure the average or typical american family of four's taxes don't go up by $2200 next week when you throw all of it together. we are tolded to that there have been telephone calls, e-mails back and forth at the staff level throughout the course o
in colorado. one of the sea changes we've seen in the wake of this shooting is senators like joe manchin, mike warner, saying i've changed my mind, joe manchin saying, i've never hunted with more than three shells in a clip. why isn't this a conversation we can be having more broadly? and getting republican senators on board? >> i would also point you to the democratic governor of colorado in the wake of the aurora shootings also said, i'm not sure if an assault weapons ban would have stopped james woolsly in this mass certificate in colorado. an assault weapons ban wouldn't have stopped him. it's not just a republican or democratic issue. in 1994, the democrats took a huge political walloping -- do you like that word? for instituting the assault weapons ban, and the house of representative s went back to republicans for the first time in four years -- >> i'm not sure that's why they took a whooping. >> here's why we have had a frank conversation. any time you talk about guns or gun violence in this country, it goes to, if we do this, it would not have prevented this certain act. the issue is
of the heroes, mike mccareery, on staff, was solid in his testimony. he reported it. the big missing link i think is in pennsylvania to strengthen the mandatory reporting law, so you don't go to the boss when you see something, you go to the cops. and i think that was a major part of what this case is. i think the court of appeals has no choice and should affirm those convictions. >> richard, same thing. what do you think of the process of appeal, here? >> marty, you know, when you go to the doctor for a physical and they check the reflex in your knee, that's what happens in these cases when you get convicted. i'm going to take an appeal. it's like a reflex. you cannot appeal the facts of the case. this is no appeal here for sandusky. ineffective assistance of counsel thereby lead grounds. other than that, that's not going to fly. he is going to die, rightfully so, in prison where he belongs. the big story is not that mcqueary was a hero. he observed a young boy being annally raped and did nothing to stop it. the big problem here is joe paterno. it all goes back to joe paterno, law and orde
would mike to register you need a $300,000 cashiers check as a deposit. it was all going so well until the numbers came out. >> are the shoes included? >> they better be. >> shoes. that's great. >> 41 million when it's all said and done something like that. >> did i hear this right? 5,000-square-foot patio? >> deck. >> the deck. >> right on the cliffs there overseeing the beautiful bay. >> we need to win the lottery. >> someday. >>> business now. stock futures headed south as the white house stages that last-ditch effort on taxes and spending. erica ferrari of cbsmoneywatch.com joins us now with an early check on your dollars. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. asian markets guilty a boost on word president obama will meet congressional leaders again today to try to hammer together a last-minute plan to avoid the so-called "fiscal cliff." tokyo's nikkei gained nearly 1%. hong kong's hang seng added .25%. >>> news of more budget talks sent wall street on a roller coaster ride thursday. stocks ultimately ended the session lower for a fourth consecutive day. the dow lost 18 points.
. there were just these moments that make you laugh. >> you know who was better than herman cain? mike tyson has herman cain. >> when you look back, you can find a lot of comedic moments. >> we want to set the scene very quickly about the fiscal cliff. president obama arrives back in d.c. today. the senate due in session today, but house leaders aren't saying whether they're going to call the chamber into session, because there's some back and forth going on and everything still can't agree. >> as always. >>> coming up, why good credit may be considered sexy, guys. >> but first, the cattle in the middle of the lost and found story that's lasted seven years and now it's finally over. that story coming up next. >>> now that you're up, you're going to have that song roll through your head the roast of the morning. welcome back. usually we report a owner's reunion of a pet, maybe the animal has been lost days or weeks. >> that's what makes this story so unusual. it's a reunion after seven years. >> i just want my little princess back. >> reporter: seven years ago, tricia's little sophia went mis
. [applause]>> we are having time for a q&a. the format is we have standing mike's at these two aisles. if you will line up at the mike's. -- mics. this gives us about 20 minutes. >> i appear to have answered every question. >> inc. you for coming. -- thank you for coming. one of the arguments for less government involvement is that, if people hold onto their money more, they will be in a position to take care of the poor and oppressed, etc.. can you imagine where else that might come from? do you think it is possible for those able to be taken care of outside of a religious context and political context? is there an >> i am not denying the role, which americans of all political persuasions agree on. the state has been supplying a social safety net. there are potential costs to this. i do not just mean financial cost. there is a cost of a crowding out of private initiatives. crowding out of charity. and offloading of these onto the state. it is indicative of something important that the charitable impulse of the united states is stronger than in europe. welfare states are stronger in europe th
recommend his web site. i think mike at "the daily beast" has written about this. i know a lot of people have raised a lot of issues about that. host: david from "the washington post" writes in his column this morning -- what do you think of the sentiment that he writes about? guest: let me say this for the record. i am a big fan of his and his novels. if you ever want to read a great spy novel, i recommend his first novel. he writes in the beginning that this is a work of fiction. but the reason he writes that is because it is well known among people like myself that even though it is a fictional book, it covers a lot of the same bases as the cia but the relationship in the 1970's when they were considered a terrorist organization. he has some of the best sources in the intelligence community in washington. i do not share his optimism about the taliban. at this point, it would be great if there could be an understanding as the united states left and what the taliban's role would be in this new government. that wille necessarily work out at this point. it is a difficult problem, i think,
on gun control with the organization's former political director, richard feldman. >>> senator mike crepo of idaho apologizing to constituestit co family after being arrested early saturday morning for driving under the influence. he failed a field sobriety test. he was pulled over after spotted running a red light and had a blood alcohol level of poin 11. the legal blood alcohol level is point 08. he was released on $1,000 bond. >>> a senior navy s.e.a.l. commander's death is being investigated as a suicide. navy commander john price's body was found after he didn't show up at an appointed time. he was serving as part of the special commanding unit s.e.a.l. team 4. he was not related in any investigation or controversies. >>> a north korean rocket had the ability to travel 6,000 miles, conceivably one could reach the u.s. this is based in part on a part they recovered from one of the rocket's boosters. south korea says it shows north korea's intent and progress. >>> how badly did mitt romney want to be president? not badly. tag romney telling "the boston globe," if his father could have
, boston post, and the wall street thurmont. mike is joining us from lafayette, louisiana, independent line. caller: good morning. you're talking about the need for special forces, working in conjunction with other nations' forces. are we running the risk of creating a u.n. special forces or creating a new world order special forces group? guest: well, they have many partners about the world now. this is one of the focal points of the new commander's efforts, to pull together regional alliances of special operators to help do some of these projects, which lessens the burden on the u.s. special operations forces who they have been operating at a very high temple for a decade. i will give you one quick example. there are a lot of nato and east european in new zealand, australia, other countries have sent special operations forces to afghanistan. they have been working over the last decade. they're not all doing the killing, capturing, hunting, the unilateral trade missions. many of them are partnered with these special provincial response companies. they are special police units in 17 of the
a wonderful christmas they spent together. mike thompson, a congressman from california, he's a democrat, he's the congressman who has the -- whose clinic for post traumatic stress syndrome, john hammer was a patient in. he served in iraq, in afghanistan, in a fierce fire fight in fallujah. and this rifle he was taking into mexico, he went to u.s. custom border patrol and registered it with them, they waited, they photographed it. they told him, sure, you can bring it into mexico. just register it. and it was when john was registering the firearm, he was arrested for his trouble, and he had been there since august, chained to his bed. a nightmare scenario, so the bipartisan group of legislators were able to get together to bring john hamer home, maybe we can fix the fiscal cliff problem. here is what we can. >> here is what john hammer's mom had to say about the homecoming, which was really a christmas gift to them. take a listen. >> it was like my first night that i slept all night long without getting up, and it was just the thought of not wondering what's going on with him, can anyone hur
. >> reporter: kaczowka and 43-year-old lieutenant mike chiapperini were both firefighters. they were shot christmas eve while responding to a fire. the two men were good friends. >> tomasz wasquiet. he did his job pretty much unnoticed. didn't look for any thanks or anything like that. he just did what needed to be done. chip was -- his personality was such as he could make you laugh in the worst of situations or he'd find something to laugh about. and he did it naturally. >> reporter: amidst their pain and grief, the firefighters returned to work the next day on christmas. >> we want them to return to a point of normalcy as quickly as possible. obviously it's not going to be quick. and the first few runs that they go out on, quite frankly, they may be looking over their shoulder. but at some point in time, this organization has to get back to what we do. >> reporter: and after 36 hours of filling in for west webster, area fire departments left and west webster pulled in, knowing if needed, they had the support of the community and their brother firefighters. >> that was angela hong from
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